Skip to main content
The '''Massachusetts Bible Society''' is a Christian, ecumenical organization founded on July 6, 1809 at a ceremony in the Representatives Chamber of the Massachusetts State House. It was formally incorporated on February 10, 1810 and is the third oldest Bible Society in the United States, following the Philadelphia society, founded December 12, 1808 (now known as the Pennsylvania Bible Society), and the Connecticut society, founded in the Spring of 1809. The offices of the society are located in Newton Centre, Massachusetts on the campus of Andover Newton Theological School. While affiliated with the National Association of State and Regional Bible Societies and often working with the American Bible Society and the International Bible Society, the Massachusetts Bible Society is an independent organization governed by its own Board of Trustees.
share Share
favorite Favorite

323
RESULTS

Media Type
323
texts
Topics & Subjects
93
Bible
88
English language
17
Bugis language
15
Missions
10
Pushto language
9
Spanish language
More right-solid
Collection
323
American Libraries
319
The Boston Library Consortium
290
Boston University Libraries Collection
289
School of Theology Boston University
289
Theology Collection
29
School of Theology, Boston University Collection
More right-solid
Creator
13
massachusetts bible society
11
british and foreign bible society
10
american bible society
10
matthes, b. f., trl
8
mayer, thomas john lee
8
torres amat, félix, 1772-1847
More right-solid
Language
129
English
17
Bug
9
Spanish
8
German
7
French
7
Pashto
More right-solid
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid